We use a PEG prep modified from the Stanford M13 PEG prep. you can find the
protocol on our web site at http://chroma.mbt.washington.edu/seq_www. Go to
the techniques pages and look at the stanford prep.
(we are in the process of modifiying this tech a little more by
incorporating the use of a 1 ml Hydra. I tested it out with a 280 ul hydra
and was able to do 8 plates in a little over 4 hours. Not only was it easier
and faster but the consistency of yield was excellent for a semi-automated
Hope that helps
Kevin Clark wrote in message <62i7t9$722 at net.bio.net>...
> I need to move up to 96 well format preping methods
>certainly for my M13's and possibly also for pcr products and
>post-sequencing reaction clean ups.
>>Does anyone have any suggestions? I may also have access to a Biomek 2000